10 New Live Service PlayStation Games … Do We Have The Time | GameSpot News

In today’s episode of GameSpot News, Persia talks about PlayStations plans to launch 10 live service games by 2026, Uncharted possibly coming to Fortnite, and more.

Appearing on the official PlayStation podcast, Hulst said Bungie has succeeded and prospered in the live-service category, which is no easy task. Sony wants to do much more in the space and just announced plans to launch 10 live-service games by 2026.

Twitter user Egyptian_Leaker seemingly discovered an unreleased Fortnite challenge within game files that read “Collect Treasure using an Uncharted Treasure Map.” This suggests that the live-action Uncharted movie starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg as Nathan Drake and Victor “Sully” Sullivan could be coming to the battle royale.

Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has reportedly been delayed until next year. No specific reason for the delay was given, and publisher Warner Bros. has yet to officially comment on the game’s alleged delay.

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Intro – 00:00
PlayStation plans to launch 10 live service games – 00:10
Uncharted Might Be Coming To Fortnite According To Leaks – 01:28
Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad Game Reportedly Delayed Into 2023 – 02:31
Outro – 03:13

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